Nia Jackson recorded career highs with 16 points and seven assists Sunday to lead Oregon past Portland State 87-58 in the final game of the World Vision Invitational.

EUGENE — Nia Jackson recorded career highs with 16 points and seven assists Sunday to lead Oregon past Portland State 87-58 in the final game of the World Vision Invitational.

Jackson tied a career high with seven rebounds for the Ducks (5-1), who also got 10 points and 14 rebounds from Amanda Johnson, 13 points from Micaela Cocks and 12 points each from Jasmin Holliday and Nicole Canepa. Kelly Marchant had 13 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Vikings (2-5).

After Portland State cut its deficit to 38-30, Johnson hit a 3-pointer and scored off a rebound in the final minute of the first half to send Oregon into the break up 43-30.

After missing its first seven shots of the second half, Oregon made 10 of 12 to spark a 22-5 run that made it 65-39 with 11:27 to play.